An AI-based Mandarin-English speech recognition and translation system is helping Indian forces decode their Chinese adversaries in cross-border intelligence gathering, interceptions and other communication
An AI-based Mandarin-English speech recognition and translation system is helping Indian forces decode their Chinese adversaries in cross-border intelligence gathering, interceptions and other communication.
Gnani.ai, a global frontrunner in Conversational AI. announced the launch of this new integrated speech recognition based solution for the Indian military establishment. The solution has a wide range of applications that includes cross-border intelligence, voice surveillance, monitoring telephone/internet conversations, intercepting radio/satellite communication, and to bridge interactions during border meetings and joint exercises.
Its unique features include noise reduction, dialect/accent detection, and support for all audio file formats.
Gnani.ai (artificial intelligence) has delivered similar vernacular NLP (neuro linguistic programming) solutions for Indian defence organizations to strengthen communication systems across other Indian borders with countries such as Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.
Ananth Nagaraj, Co-founder, and CTO, Gnani.ai said, “AI-based speech recognition technology is a necessity and is quickly making its way in becoming part of modern warfare. We believe AI has the potential to transform and improve the communication systems and will help strengthen Indian armed forces.”
Ganesh Gopalan, Co-founder and CEO, Gnani.ai, added, “Understanding linguistic nuances such as phoneme and dialects is a challenge especially when it comes to Mandarin. Our integrated speech solution will help break down this barrier to retrieve and gather real-time data and intelligence.”
This system is expected to be an asset for the armed forces deployed against China, as it will make it possible for them to understand what is being communicated by the Chinese to each other and, conversely a disadvantage to the Chinese, who may have to overcome it by further encryption of their communication, Indian military sources say.
(The author is former spokesperson, Indian Army and Ministry of Defence. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org)